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farmer boy

random guerrilla photos

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Green Gold 

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Not long now :naughty:

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7 hours ago, Amarillo slim said:

 

Thanks farmer, and yes there are a few packs of the exact same seeds available at the uk420 store...  Here you go :yep:

 

 

 

Southern England.

 

 

Cheers Randy, yes very happy with how these have turned out...  Got a couple nice crosses lined up for next season too,  can't wait :thumsup:

Looks like another great strain for the uk growers,:yep:

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Some more RGS DFG shots pictured a couple of weeks before harvest , first up big leafy pheno big succulent greasy buds with thick leaves superb mold resistance plants exhibit a non typical growth pattern in flower with lots of fresh crowns of buds appearing i had two like this last year.

Second pheno the pink pistil type with a more uniform growth with thinner buds and leaves slightly smaller in size with less yield, mold resistance not as good as plant one but only a small amount maybe less than 5% i didnt get any pink last year. 

You dont need many plants of either pheno to produce a large amount of power free flowers.:yep:

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Some fantastic photos in here....

LMOG... Lonesome garden plant soaking up the last of the sun... 

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a few from this mornings outing 

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On 9/16/2019 at 6:22 PM, Lea Valley said:

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September 2019 is fast becoming a friggin Peach. This is a benchmark autumn which will be talked about for years to come.Its not been like this for at least 5 years. Make weed UK420 Guerrilla’s, you can’t fail not to.  

 

I completely concur with these facts!

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9 minutes ago, zug said:

 

I completely concur with these facts!

You lot are alive 

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1 hour ago, zug said:

 

I completely concur with these facts!

I would love to agree but my ladies are not finished yet and the next couple of weeks maybe interesting... Looks like 2 weeks of rain! 

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2 hours ago, MacGanja said:

I would love to agree but my ladies are not finished yet and the next couple of weeks maybe interesting... Looks like 2 weeks of rain! 

I’m in the same boat as @MacGanja. 20 plants still going, forecast rain for the next week at least... :ouch:

 

I can’t deal with a years worth of early weed, I need some couch lock in my life :ermm: 

 

I wonder how the ladies will deal with no sun and weeks of rain at this stage!? I imagine it’ll slow them down a little? :doh:

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10 minutes ago, HullFeltMashematician said:

I’m in the same boat as @MacGanja. 20 plants still going, forecast rain for the next week at least... :ouch:

 

I can’t deal with a years worth of early weed, I need some couch lock in my life :ermm: 

 

I wonder how the ladies will deal with no sun and weeks of rain at this stage!? I imagine it’ll slow them down a little? :doh:

Unfortunately  being a realist there's not much we can do regarding weather , you get what ever the ganja gods throws at us,.. as the saying goes a bird in the hand is worth 2 in the bush, keep a close eye on them it mould is kicking in too much then harvest or lose them,.. better something then nothing innit,.. in an ideal world its different , that's for the indoor guys ,.. Guerrilla Growing (take what you can when you can) its the nature of the beast,.. :yinyang:

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lol  them nugs are looking crazy frosty harvestreaper.. icey! 

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2 hours ago, RandyBoBandy said:

lol  them nugs are looking crazy frosty harvestreaper.. icey! 

cheers randy yea they looking ok took one this morning had a few touches of mold but overall dense sticky buds ill take few snaps when it dry, hopefully is smoke as nice as it looks ,, whitey freeze x blue velvet 

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Have a few updates to catch up on....

in the mean time, heres a panoramic go pro shot 20 feet up at tree....TFZ of course

Most plants, 10 feet and over, and some the same width.....

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Nice to see you boys back. 

Look, I don’t mind you posting on here but can you stop using the Enlarging Ray on your plants. Using Alien Technology to boost your productivity just isn’t cricket :alien:

Rant over, apart from that, that place looks Spektakular !!! 

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3 hours ago, HullFeltMashematician said:

I’m in the same boat as @MacGanja. 20 plants still going, forecast rain for the next week at least... :ouch:

 

I can’t deal with a years worth of early weed, I need some couch lock in my life :ermm: 

 

I wonder how the ladies will deal with no sun and weeks of rain at this stage!? I imagine it’ll slow them down a little? :doh:

Take the tops and leave the rest to see if it survives. Thats what ive done

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